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力寶中心海富中心單位放租

金鐘力寶中心海富中心單位放租,意向呎租約38至40元。

代理表示,力寶中心2座低層03室,面積約4541方呎,意向呎租約40元,涉及月租約18萬餘元。單位現已交吉,備有豪華裝修及來去水茶水間,為租戶節省一筆可觀的裝修支出。

另一宗放租個案位於海富中心2座低層01室,面積約2611方呎,以呎租約38元招租,總月租近10萬元。單位即將交吉,同樣備有寫字樓裝修,面積適合中小企承租,可打開品牌的知名度。

(信報)

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金鐘力寶中心海富中心 罕有連裝修放租

核心地區甲廈租金向來高企,但隨着過去一年工商舖市場租、售價向下調整,反而吸引個別企業重投區內物色寫字樓單位,以提升品牌的形象。

而新近放租的力寶中心海富中心兩個寫字樓單位,均為金鐘區內指標商廈,兩者均附設豪華裝修之餘,租金叫價較市價有一定程度折讓空間,料短時間內可獲承租。

力寶中心低層戶 意向呎租40

代理指,金鐘道89號力寶中心2座低層03室,面積約4,541平方呎,現以意向呎租約40元放售,涉及月租約18餘萬元,單位現已交吉,內有豪華裝修、來去水茶水間,可為新租戶省卻一筆可觀的裝修開支,而據資料顯示,截至今年8月止,力寶中心2座共錄得逾22宗租務成交,平均呎租約52元,而對上一宗低層戶成交,為4樓02室,面積約598平方呎,7月底以呎租約46元成交,月租約2.75萬元,相比現有放租單位,其叫價甚為吸引。

海富中心逾2千呎 月租約10

代理續指,同區亦有另一個商廈單位出租,位處金鐘夏愨道18號海富中心2座低層01室,面積約2,611平方呎,以每平方呎38元招租,月租叫價約10萬元,該單位亦已交吉,同樣備有寫字樓裝修,面積適合中、小企承租,以打開品牌的知名度。至於,海富中心2座今年暫僅得3宗租賃成交,平均呎租約50元,而新近租出為6樓09室,面積約1,155平方呎,於8月底以每平方呎約43元租出,月租約5萬元。

事實上,力寶中心海富中心均為港鐵上蓋優質商廈,質素及配套均有保證,而且一直深受企業歡迎,而隨着核心區甲廈空置率續升,整體呎租亦按市場所需向下調整以提升吸引力,成為租客進駐良機,而上述兩個放租的商廈,叫價上已極具競爭力,再者單位附有裝修,租客可即租即用,屬市場上矜罕盤源。

(經濟日報)

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皇都戲院大廈今拍賣 底價48億

新世界 (00017) 已併購約98%業權的北角皇都戲院大廈,將於今天早上10時進行拍賣,拍賣底價為47.776億元,物業地盤面積約3.62萬平方呎,物業坐落於北角英皇道、渣華道的南面及與電照道交界,物業現狀為一幢於1959年落成的商住樓宇,其中包括商場、桌球室及兩幢住宅樓宇,部分獲古諮會評為一級歷史建築物。

羅便臣道全幢物業 月底拍賣

有測量師表示,今次推出拍賣的物業位於北角核心區,三面臨街,加上地盤面積大,屬近期市場罕有,因此古諮會的評級應不會影響發展商的競投意慾。

另一測量師亦指,將於本月29日 (周四) 下午5時拍賣羅便臣道27E及27F號全幢物業,底價為2.34億元,物業現址為一幢1960年落成的6層高大廈,地下單位為商舖,現劃為住宅 (乙類) 用途,地盤面積3,822平方呎。

(經濟日報)

 

荃灣UML TOWER兩全層戶 月租叫價5.5萬

轉型中的荃灣工業區,由於區內交通極為便利,而且不乏逾千平方呎的單位供應,加上門檻吸引,吸引用家及投資者進駐,而新近放租的UML TOWER,兩個全層單位月租均為55,000元,並配備裝修,可望短時間內獲承租。

代理指,荃灣灰窰角街42至44號UML TOWER 2樓及6樓全層放租,其中,2樓全層面積約4,350平方呎,意向月租約55,000元,平均呎租約13元,而6樓全層面積約4,155平方呎,月租叫價同樣約為55,000元,平均呎租約13元。

附裝修 鄰近港鐵交通便

兩個單位間隔均四正寬敞,實用率高,用途靈活,其中,2樓單位附設私人會所裝修,6樓屬寫字樓裝修,外望樓景,並配備獨立冷氣。至於物業設有一部客梯,樓底高逾11呎,每平方呎可負重約150磅,以應不同行業所需,而位置上,亦佔盡地利,比鄰為多個大型屋苑及商場,另商店、銀行、食肆林立,鄰近的交通配套、社區設施完善,同時坐享港鐵荃灣站及西鐵荃灣西站之便,而前臨的楊屋道更備有多綫巴士、小巴綫,貫通港九新界各地。

而同地段上面積逾4,000平方呎的工廈,呎租介乎7元至13元不等。

代理指,UML TOWER鄰近青山公路葵涌段,前往葵涌貨櫃碼頭及機場均甚為方便,而往返港珠澳大橋香港口岸,亦只需約20分鐘車程,同時亦靠近羅湖及深圳灣口岸,盡享大灣區發展機遇;至於荃灣區工商物業投資價值持續上升,加上物業自身及外在條件優越,料可享可觀的回報保證,能獲投資者及用家垂青。

(經濟日報)

 

甲廈780萬呎樓面空置 21年最多

代理:中區租金全年料跌逾20%

疫情下商業市道受衝擊,代理指,目前全港共有780萬平方呎甲廈樓面空置,為1999年後21年最多,而甲廈空置率今年料突破10%,中區租金全年跌逾20%。

該代理數據顯示,疫情下第三季甲廈錄67.5萬平方呎負吸納,整體空置率升至9.6%,而目前全港共有780萬平方呎甲廈樓面空置,為1999年後最多。中區方面,空置率單季升2.1個百分點至7.3%。

舖租已調整 可望回穩

代理指,疫情下商廈租務仍疲弱,相信第四季租務淡靜,甲廈整體空置率料突破10%。租金方面,代理料整體甲廈租金跌約15至20%,而中區租務最受影響,全年跌幅約20至25%。另一代理指,由於不少業主以優惠條件挽留租客,個別更為租客提供裝修津貼,令不少原租客傾向續租,搬遷活動較少。

商舖市場上,由於疫情持續,首三季商舖租金已跌2成。該行預計,第三波疫情緩和下,而租金已大幅調整,商舖租務料較之前活躍,租金料漸回穩。

至於投資市場方面,今年第三季大手買賣 (1,000萬美元以上) 僅涉44億元,為09年後單季最低。代理認為,環球疫情影響基金、內地資金來港投資,故令成交金額偏低。對於金管局放寬工商舖按揭,代理認為由於放寬幅度不算高,加上銀行取態仍保守,對大額買賣市場即時推動不高,惟仍屬正面消息。多項物業中,代理較看好工廈市場,包括數據中心等,投資回報率較穩定,料可吸引財團承接。

(經濟日報)

 

甲廈空置率高達9.6% 代理:創11年來新高

受疫情打擊,商廈市場疲憊不堪。外資測量師行世邦魏理仕指出,今年第3季整體甲廈空置率高達9.6%,創過去11年以來新高。

代理表示,甲廈市場租賃於今年第3季略有改善,按季增加25%,然而僅佔過去5年季度平均水平的一半,惟整體甲廈於今年第3季錄負吸納量67.35萬方呎,整體空置率新報9.6%,屬自2009年以來新高水平,若以空置樓面計,涉及面積約780萬方呎,更是過去21年以來新高,反映甲廈市場疲憊不堪。

空置樓面多達780萬方呎

若以各區劃分,以中環區空置率升幅最急,該區空置率新報7.3%,為2004年以來新高,同時,該區負吸納量新報45.27萬方呎,為歷來新高水平,反映核心區甲廈需求疲弱。

代理指,第3季整體甲廈租金跌幅約3.9%,以中環區「最傷」,按季跌幅達4.8%,今年該區累跌達14.8%。受疫情等不明朗因素困擾,甲廈空置率有機會突破10%水平,預測今年整體甲廈租金介乎15%至20%,惟中環區跌幅較大市高,高見25%。

代理稱,受疫情打擊,零售商保持審慎態度,隨鋪位租金顯著回落,吸引部分商戶疫市擴充;據該行統計資料顯示,核心區鋪位整體租金按季下跌約5.7%,較上季的5.5%稍為加速。

代理:商廈租金按季跌3.4%

另一代理指出,商廈租金按季跌3.4%,跌幅較上季的3.8%放緩,港島租金在第3季度跌5.8%,中環、灣仔 (銅鑼灣) 及港島東租金分別跌5%、6.6%及4.2%。該代理行預期整體甲廈租金全年將跌15%至20%。中環則將下跌20%至25%。

空置率由今年6月的6.02%升至9月的6.82%,中環及灣仔 (銅鑼灣) 空置率由第2季度末的5.6%及6.3%,分別升至6.8%及7.2%。港島東空置率雖然由2020年6月的1.9%升至2.4%。除了九龍東外,九龍區空置率同樣上升,尖沙嘴及九龍西空置率分別由6月底的4.2%及3.8%上升至6.0%及4.6%。

(星島日報)

 

銅鑼灣鋪租跌得最傷

疫情雖稍為緩和,但日常民生離重回正軌仍遙遙無期,「通關」時間仍屬未知之數,零售業隆冬期尚未見盡頭,致鋪市低處未算低,核心區鋪位所受的打擊既廣且深,租售價未有止跌迹象,其中以整體租售價水平最高的銅鑼灣區,在今次的大跌市中表現最傷。有統計就顯示,年初至今區內租金累跌逾40%,為各核心區中最高,更甚是區內空置率急升,令租金進一步受壓,要租金築底亦短期內達到。

租金累跌逾四成

自去年中的社會運動開始,本地零售業就進入盛極而衰的周期,今年初疫情爆發,更造成鋪市內傷,不但及筋骨,更流血不止,令本地鋪市進入一種新常態,就是大型連鎖店撤退潮,加上不少大型及連鎖品牌不惜拖欠租金以求「生存」,全方位打擊心鋪市,令銅鑼灣、尖沙嘴、旺角等主要依靠遊客生意擊撐高昂租金地區,承受的打擊更加致命。

大型連鎖店紛撤退

現時不但解決疫情的時間表仍毫無頭緒,就算是通關亦未有任何時間表,令核心區鋪位的前景仍在一片迷霧當中,同時亦大大削弱業主議價能力,不借以超低價租出物業,以減少損失,更造成雪球效應。

(星島日報)

 

Prime office vacancies soar to 21-year high

Vacant Grade A office space hit a 21-year high of about 7.8 million square feet in September, according to property agency, with a unit at Admiralty Centre available for rent at HK$38 per sq ft - close to the average office rent in Kowloon West.

The unit at Admiralty Centre measures 2,611 sq ft, according to agent. In comparison, average office rent in Kowloon West was HK$37.1 per sq ft in the third quarter, data from property agency.

Another agency expects Grade A office rents in Hong Kong will fall 15 to 20 percent this year, noting that Grade A office rents have fallen 13.8 percent in the first three quarters of this year.

the agency also estimates the vacancy rate of Hong Kong Grade A offices will reach 10 percent at the end of the year from 9.6 percent in the third quarter.

Meanwhile, high-street shop vacancies in four core districts - Central, Causeway Bay, Tsim Sha Tsui, and Mong Kok - rose 4.8 percentage points to 18.3 percent in the third quarter from the second quarter.

High street shop rents fell 5.7 percent quarter-on-quarter in the third quarter, agent said.

"With many social distancing measures remaining in place, retailers continued to adopt a cautious approach," agent said. "Significant rental drops since last year, however, encouraged some local brands to explore leasing opportunities at low costs that had not existed for many years. Should the local pandemic remain contained, we expect to see a slight rebound in leasing activity in the fourth quarter."

In the primary market, New World Development (0017) opened three show flats for The Pavilia Farm atop Tai Wai Station.

In the secondary market, a 649-sq-ft flat at Taikoo Shing in Quarry Bay changed hands for HK$13.7 million, or HK$21,109 per sq ft, after HK$1.3 million was cut from the original asking price.

Separately, the one-month Hong Kong Interbank Offered Rate, a benchmark for the local mortgage rate, rose to 0.44125 percent.

(The Standard)

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Desperate landlords offer renovation subsidies to lure tenants as Hong Kong’s vacant office space hits 21-year high

Some landlords have begun offering a one-off subsidy to help new tenants fit out their office space, according to property agency

The property services company says 7.8 million sq ft of office space – about the size of four Central Plazas – sat vacant in Hong Kong in September, the highest since 1999

Hong Kong’s commercial landlords are offering incentives such as renovation subsidies to lure tenants, as the amount of office space lying empty reaches the highest level in 21 years, according to a property services company.

Some landlords have begun offering a one-off subsidy to help new tenants fit out their office space, agent said.

“In some cases, the landlord would offer a subsidy of about HK$100 (US$12.9) per square foot,” an agent said on Wednesday.

The subsidy is attractive because relocation costs in Hong Kong are very expensive, agent said. For a prime renovation costing HK$1,000 per sq ft, the relocation cost may add up to HK$1,200 per sq ft after including the price of returning the office to its original state when the lease ends. The cost can be spread out to a monthly HK$30 per sq ft or thereabouts over three years.

“For most relocations with cutting costs as the objective, it takes a place with a rent of HK$30 per square foot less than” the original rent to justify the move, agent said. “Some offices do not have their head offices in Hong Kong. It is not that easy to approve that sum [for renovation].”

According to the property agency, 7.8 million sq ft of office space – greater than the size of four Central Plazas – sat vacant in Hong Kong in September, the highest since 1999. An additional 950,000 sq ft of surrendered space – returned by tenants before the lease expires – is available in the market, just shy of the size of the HSBC building.

 

Desperate landlords have been offering a broader range of incentives in lieu of rental discounts, to try to fill the space.

The agent said that some of the landlords have increased the commission they give to property agents from the normal one month of rent to 1.5 to 2 months’ equivalent. Some in Kowloon are even offering three months of rent.

“Of the total [amount of surrendered space], 70 per cent was surrendered by multinational corporations. This upward trend is expected to continue for the remainder of 2020,” another agent said.

Office rents in Central are expected to fall by up to 25 per cent this year, though the agent said the drop could actually be greater.

Agent said that landlords’ attitude to lease negotiations has been “quite flexible” for months and some are mulling more innovative solutions, like partnering with co-working operators to reduce vacancy.

Market anticipation of more listings of mainland Chinese companies in Hong Kong has so far not translated to heightened demand for office space with the projected expansion of professional services companies, agent said.

“We do not see a big trend yet. So far companies are tending to wait and see,” agent  said, adding that things may pick up after the first quarter of next year if the IPO boom continues.

The vacancy rate in Kowloon East remains the highest among all Hong Kong’s districts, at 15.4 per cent, according to property agency.

Compared to their counterparts on Hong Kong Island, landlords of premium offices in Kowloon are less willing to cut rents because at HK$20 to 30 per sq ft they are already the lowest, according to another property agency.

“Rental markets are being buffeted by corporate uncertainties and a tendency [of companies] to cut costs and downsize where possible,” agent said. “As long as Central maintains its significant premium over other districts, and given the current business environment, corporates will continue to look for cost-saving relocation options elsewhere on the island or in Kowloon.”

(South China Morning Post)